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Government wants to modernize public administration and listen to society in the process

The second edition of the Annual Conference on the Digital Transition of Public Administration – ‘’ – was presented this Thursday at the Press Center of the Presidency of the Republic (CIPRA). At the conference, which will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of June of next year, the Executive intends to receive contributions from society to find the best ways for the Digital Transition of Public Administration.


The intention was expressed by the general director of the Institute of Administrative Modernization (IMA), Meik Afonso, who highlighted the Government's intention to listen to society. "It's a message of humility, not to think alone, not to find solutions alone. In this case, the Government itself. But, through interaction with specialists, with society, listening, understanding the needs and, above all, in together to identify solutions for the different problems", he said.

According to a statement from the Executive to which VerAngola had access, the objective is to modernize the Public Administration, by simplifying procedures and promoting its digital transformation, with a view to improving the quality of public service provision for citizens and the companies.

According to Meik Afonso, the conference will feature a debate forum and an exhibition, where participants will be able to present their projects and ideas.

"As is public knowledge, the Government is drawing up an Agenda for the Digital Transition. Basically, it is an action plan with concrete actions. concrete", he clarified.

The director general of the Institute of Administrative Modernization also said that the Executive wants, with the Digital Transition, to strengthen the ongoing reform process in the country, give business opportunities to market players and increase Angola's visibility on the world stage.

More than 8000 visitors will be expected at the event, which will have the participation of national and foreign speakers, with emphasis on representations from the National Institute of Information Technologies of Brazil and the Tony Blair Institute.

"We also want to have a very strong participation from academia. This is a recommendation we had in the first edition and we hope to be able to promote it", added the person in charge.

The date of the second edition of the Annual Conference on the Digital Transition of Public Administration coincides with the celebrations of the 23rd of June – 'Public Service Day' – institutionalized by the United Nations as a date for reflection on the efforts needed to improve of public service provision.

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